Indie Intermission – ‘I Can’t See S**T’ Seeing Is Not Always Believing

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To round off the week I thought it only appropriate to bring a game in which you cannot see anything and must relay on your echo location to figure out the safe path to the exit. This is another game from the highly talented guys over at Butterscotch Shenanigans who have been running a game jam all week and have generated several awesome games, this being one of them.

I Can’t See Shit is exactly how it sounds, it’s a game about not being able to see anything and using your mouse you must try to figure out the levels as best you can to somehow manage to work your way to the levels exit.

Although most of the levels are really not that taxing they offer some interesting ideas and you can see that this game was mainly created to come up with some new and interesting ideas and it does succeed on that.

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Average play time – 15 minutes

I Can’t See Shit is fun if not a lot easier than you may expect to just finish the levels. I suppose the real challenge does come in when you try to collect all of the hidden extras on the level as these can be rather tricky. However in the current build it does feel like these items carry next to no incentive to collect, I’m just not sure how much they add to the game.

I Can’t See Shit is fun for the duration and offers a suitable level of challenge which is great. If you would like to give it a go head over to the Butterscotch Shenanigans site and download it.

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Raised on C&C, Theme Hospital, and Dungeon Keeper it was inevitable I would become a strategy nerd... and Sci-Fi (I love Sci-Fi). Board gaming is my second love (after video games of course). Find me on Twitter @alexwilkinson